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The regular Global U3A forum next convenes on Sunday 6th December and will be discussing” U3A Groups across the World” More Details at Global Forum
Runnymede Area U3A Science Discussion Group next convenes on 1st December when we will be drawing together our recent talks and continue our discussion about’Science in a Political Climate” Guests Welcome. More Details at Science Discussion Group
The next Meeting of the “Dickens Forum” is scheduled for January 4th More Details at Dickens Meeting
A small group of U3A’s will hold a meeting to discuss “Science where I live” on December 7th 7th.More Details
Th History Group at Farnham U3A has produced a series of Podcasts which can be accessed via the World History link on this page More Details at World History
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Science impacts all of our lives, a little understanding can inform our view of what is going on around us.

There are a large number of sites produced by members of the U3A. We are building a list of sites and what we have so far can be found on the following Links Page.

About Us

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Old and a bit rusty

This site is run by a group of volunteers who share an interest in the use of technology to enhance the U3A experience . We are currently focused on sharing activities via Zoom technology and seeing where that takes us.

We work closely with World U3A who have pioneered the use of video technology through its regular International Forum.

There is no need to register to use the site but regular participants might find it convenient to do so.

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Your memories of daily life at times of great change in the twentieth century are worth preserving. We are working closely with Timewitnesses.org in order to preserve them.

This site uses the Zoom video-conferencing facility. Our “Meetings and Notices” page gives access to the schedule for future events.

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